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Tag Archives: Divorce

Author: lsherry

Ordinary Residence and Commencing Your Divorce Action

Perhaps you are working in Saskatchewan but the family home is in Alberta where your children attend school. You may be wondering if you can start your divorce in either province or which one is the right province to start … Continue reading

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Author: estewart

Who gets the family pet in our Divorce? An Update.

At Soby Boyden Lenz LLP, our lawyers handle every kind of family law issue, including the area of pet ownership, custody and support. Should your relationship be ending or you are considering divorce, it is important to seek legal advice … Continue reading

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Author: jfunk

Religious Divorce

A Jewish woman will often request a Get from her husband. A Get is a Jewish, religious divorce that is granted to the wife by the husband. According to the Jewish religion, a woman must have been granted a Get … Continue reading

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Author: cblair

The Divorce Act of Canada – bringing you more than just divorce

All Divorce in Canada is governed by the Divorce Act, R.S.C 1985, c. 3 (2nd Supp.). This legislation applies nationally to all married couples who are divorced or who are in the process of divorcing. Divorce occurs when a court … Continue reading

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Author: dtaylor

Unequal Distribution of Increase in Property Value

Sparrow v. Sparrow – 2006 ABCA 155 This decision is interesting because it demonstrates that parties are not always bound to distribute the increase in property value equally for exempt property under the Matrimonial Property Act. When property is purchased before … Continue reading

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